‘Aint that the truth. Take a trip up 6th avenue and marvel in Robert Indiana’s iconic “Love” sculpture, a visually stunning reminder to always have love for each other, and above all to always have love for yourself.
They say home is where the heart is, but at the 125th street subway stations you’ll find Flying Home: Harlem Heroes and Heroines. Take a trip uptown and gaze at the incredible tile work by African American artist Faith Ringgold.
Sure, Lincoln center is home to the world’s most incredible opera (and ballet) but did you know that it also houses Marc Chagall’s “The Triumph of Music” and “The Sources of Music.” The incredible murals, which loom above the lobby of the Metropolitan Opera House, can be admired from the Lincoln Center plaza.